Saturday, August 6, 2022

Weekend Edition


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Monday: Mary Connealy

Wednesday: Mindy Obenhaus encouraged us to trust God with the desires of our heart, knowing that while He may not be early, He's never late. 

Thursday: Audra Harders shared her thoughts on Budgeting in Retirement

Friday:  Ryan Steck stopped by Seekerville for the first time and shared about turning a creative writing assignment to a debut novel. The winner of his upcoming release, Fields of Fire is Karen Jennings.

Monday:  Jaime Jo Wright

Tuesday: Dana Lynn

Wednesday:  Ruth Logan Herne comes on board today to talk about her brand new MYSTERY!!!! with Guideposts "Life's a Mystery in Sleepy Hollow, NY" and how much fun she's having writing something she said she'd never write...(never say never, by the way)... mysteries! #lovinglife

Thursday: Mary Alford buzzes into Seekerville with words of wisdom as she continues writing wonderful stories that people love to share!
Friday: Chris Fabry will stop by to share about listening for the Quiet Voice Instead of the loud noises that surrounds us and his latest release, Lifemark. Stop by for a chance to win a copy.


How fun to kick off this new Guideposts series with our good friend Gabe Meyer! Gabe wrote the historical mystery and I wrote the contemporary... and it has made a WONDERFUL 2-IN-1 for readers! Sleepy Hollow, NY is not only a great place historically, the quaint towns of Tarrytown & Sleepy Hollow are ripe for tourism, fun, gorgeous vistas of the great Hudson River and showplace towns that not only survived the loss of major manufacturing in the nineties... they put on a tourism hat and thrived! You will love, love, love this great coupling of "then" and "now"... mystery and romance? Yes, please! 

Coming August 23rd...

Welcome to Hope Crossing, a brand-new series from award-winning author Mindy Obenhaus.

She came home to make things right Will she be given a second chance?

Gloriana Prescott has returned to her Texas hometown to make amends—even if the townsfolk she left behind aren’t ready to forgive. But when her mother’s ranch manager, Justin Broussard, is tasked with saving the struggling rodeo so his teen daughter can compete, Gloriana sees a chance to prove she’s really changed. But can she prove to Justin, and the town, that she’s trustworthy? 

Preorder your copy today!

A two-in-one featuring stories
by Debby Giusti


Mission to capture a killer

The Colonel's Daughter 
A killer is targeting the families of soldiers in a US Army colonel's brigade, and Criminal Investigation Division special agent Jamison Steele vows to stop him. The colonel's daughter, the woman who loved and left Jamison without a word, came face-to-face with the murderer. But uncovering the serial killer's motive requires asking Michele Logan the questions that may lead them both into a deadly trap.

The General's Secretary 
Lillie Beaumont's dark past has just turned up on her porch—fatally wounded. The dying words of the man imprisoned for killing Lillie's mother suggest hidden secrets. Criminal Investigation Division special agent Dawson Timmons has his own motive for seeking the truth. As they investigate, Dawson fears that a murderer is waiting to strike again. And this time, Lillie is right in the line of fire…
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13 Rules to be a Better Beta Reader by KM Weiland at Helping Writers Become Authors

What Makes a Great Antagonist by Maggie Smith at RMFW blog

What is Web Analytics? by Duncan at MailerLite blog

How to Manage the Waiting Part on our Writing Journey by Kristen Hogrefe Parnell at The Write Conversation

Adventures in Reversion - Getting the Rights Back by Kay DiBianca at The KillZone blog

Outing Yourself as a Writer by Angela Ruth Strong at Learn How To Write A Novel

Theology for Writers by Dan Balow at Steve Laube agency

Should You Pay for Reviews? by Chandrayan Gupta at The Writing Cooperative

Writing Into Retirement by M. Lee Prescott at Mark Dawson's Self Publishing Formula


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